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10.11.2010

Configure cyberoam with active directory and terminal server

Installing the authentication client on the Active directory controller

Go to the cyberoam download page

http://www.cyberoam.com/cyberoamclients.html

On your active directory controller download and install the CTASuite

http://download.cyberoam.com/solution/optionals/CTASuite_1.0.0.8.exe

Follow the procedure here for implementing single sign on on the Active directory server.

http://kb.cyberoam.com/default.asp?id=524&Lang=1

Auto install of cyberoam client on workstations

To automatically install the client on workstations connecting on the domain a start script that runs on login is required. You will need this download to install the client.

http://download.cyberoam.com/solution/optionals/SSCyberoamAutoSetup.zip

Run ElitecoreAdmin.exe to create Admin.ini

Put the required files in the NETLOGON folder.

In the startup script run insert the following 2 lines to execute the install on login. Replace adserver with the name of your active directory server.

\\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\ElitecoreRun.exe -p \\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\Admin.ini -c “\\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\SSCyberoamSetup.exe”

\\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\ElitecoreRun.exe -p \\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\Admin.ini -c “\\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\SSCyberoamConfigSetup.exe 0 \\adserver\netlogon\cyberoam\SSCyberoamConfig.ini”

Installing on the terminal server

Note that currently you can only monitor a single terminal server on a network. Cyberoam has –